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Recent news from the researchers at CogTale.

CogTale paper published in Systematic Reviews!

By Marnie Drake / 31 August 2021

Want to learn more about Cogtale? Read our new paper published in Systematic Reviews! https://rdcu.be/cv2Qy

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New CogTale paper pre-print!

By Julieta S / 09 July 2020

The pre-print of our new paper is out. Read it here: https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-39520/v1

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Join us! Internship now open

By Julieta S / 29 April 2020

Applications to do an internship with the Cognitive Interventions Technologies and Evaluations (CITE) research group are…

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Training your brain in lockdown

By Julieta S / 09 April 2020

The profound changes in our lifestyle due to COVID-19 social distancing may require us to take…

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What’s new in 2020?

By Julieta S / 03 February 2020

Relationship between neuropsychiatric disorders and cognitive and behavioural change in MND: A population-based study. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31871139 Can…

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CogTale Workshop at CCN2019

By Julieta S / 27 November 2019

This month we presented CogTale at 2019 APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists Conference in Adelaide, South…

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What’s new in October?

By Julieta S / 30 October 2019

Findings from a recent meta-analysis suggest that virtual reality interventions could be useful for people with…

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Combined cognitive and physical training for older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

By Julieta S / 04 September 2019

A recently published randomised controlled trial investigated the effects of a 7-month intervention involving both cognitive…

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